Andrew J. Petto, “Promoting Higher-Order Learning in the Large Lecture, General Education Classroom [think/pair/share with clickers in intro bio],” Making an Impact on Student Learning: Teaching and Assessing with Purpose, Center for Instructional and Professional Development, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 2007. http://www4.uwm.edu/cipd/resources/cipd_publications/upload/2007.pdf
Tough Question: “I teach in a large lecture hall,” National Institute for Science Education – College Level One, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, last modified November 1, 1997, http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/archive/cl1/cl/question/TQ9.htm
Videos and Podcasts
Eric Mazur, “HILT 47,” Harvard channel, YouTube, 23 May 2013. Mazur discusses his Hauser Grant project (Transforming education through computer vision analysis and automated assessment) where he plans to develop tools for automatically analyzing student behaviour, promoting richer interactions between students and teachers, and optimizing peer instruction in large lecture classes.